Women’s Hockey World Cup 2018: England live stream, fixtures, TV channel, and squad

ENGLAND are looking to build on an impressive Commonwealth Games as they set their sights on victory in the 2018 Women's World Cup in London.

England won bronze in the 2018 Commonwealth Games in April and take on India again in their opening game of the tournament.

 England won the bronze medal at the 2018 Commonwealth Games

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England won the bronze medal at the 2018 Commonwealth Games

When is the Women's Hockey World Cup?

The 2018 Women's Hockey World Cup will be held between July 21 and August 5.

It is the 14th edition of the tournament and takes place at the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre in London.

There are still tickets available for some of the group games, information can be found HERE.

When are the England women's fixtures?

England are in Group B along with India, USA and Ireland.

Pool B 

Saturday, July 21 vs India, 2pm

Wednesday, July 25 vs USA, 8pm

Sunday, July 29 vs Ireland, 7pm

Potential games

Quarter finals

Wednesday, August 1

QF 1, 6pm

QF 2, 8.15pm

Thursday, August 2

QF 3, 6pm

QF 4, 8.15pm

Semi finals 

Saturday, August 4

SF 1, 2pm

SF 2, 4,30pm

Bronze medal match 

Sunday, August, 5 – 2pm

Gold medal match

Sunday, August 5 – 4.30pm

Giselle Ansley
Grace Balsdon
Sophie Bray
Alex Danson (C)
Sarah Haycroft
Maddie Hinch
Kathryn Lane
Hannah Martin
Lily Owsley
Hollie Pearne-Webb
Suzy Petty
Jo Hunter
Ellie Rayer
Amy Tennant
Anna Toman
Susannah Townsend
Laura Unsworth
Ellie Watton

Which channel is it on and can I live stream it?

You can watch the Women's Hockey World Cup on BT Sport, with ALL games live on the channels throughout the tournament.

England's first group game will be shown on BT Sport 1, with coverage starting at 1.45pm, shortly after the Germany vs South Africa game.

 Goalkeeper and Olympics 2014 gold medallist Maddie Hinch returns in net after her impressive performances

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Goalkeeper and Olympics 2014 gold medallist Maddie Hinch returns in net after her impressive performances

Who are the current champions?

Netherlands were crowned champions at the 2014 competition, which was held in the Netherlands.
They beat Australia 2-0 in the final.
England failed to qualify from their group, finishing Group B bottom on just 3 points.

ENGLAND are looking to build on an impressive Commonwealth Games as they set their sights on victory in the 2018 Women's World Cup in London.